[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: /usr/local in some packages

> Qt does this too, but that's because we're not allowed to move it from
> /usr/local.  I really think all these little compromises on policy are a bad
> thing because they cause problems like /usr/local symlinks being deleted. 
> This is Very Not Acceptable.

second. i like to have no /usr/local at all ony my machines.
with these packages it's hard to keep that strategy.
get for local/ in Contents, i guess other packages do something with
/usr/local, too ...


Reply to: